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soldiers are dead after two army choppers crash during a training exercise. >>> jerry sandusky facing his accusers today. the men set to describe painful memories of how the ex penn state coach allegedly abused them when they were children. >>> and finders keepers. commenting on a drone that literally fell into iran's hands. on this "american morning." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> and good morning to you. it is tuesday, december 13th. i feel like it's a homecoming. >> a long time since the three of us have been together. >> good to see you. >> as usual a busy, busy news morning. breaking news now. four soldiers are dead after two army choppers went down during a training exercise. it happened a joint base lewis-mcchord in washington state. crash investigators are trying to find out what went wrong right now. pliv on the pholive on the phon crash site. what do we know? >> i'm watching the lights of the recovery teams that have been looking throughout the night to go in the grim task of recovering those bodies of the four aviators that lost their lives. still don't know what we
after getting all the intelligence they can out of it. >>> jerry sandusky faces his accusers in court today. they'll describe abuse suffered years ate at the hands of the former penn state coach. the judge will decide whether there's enough evidence to try sandusky on more than 50 charges of molestation of little boys. outside the courthouse in pennsylvania, susan, how many victims do we expect in court today to take the stand? >> reporter: you know, carol, it's impossible to say at this time. we know that there are ten victims referred to in that grand jury report and the prosecutors are aware of at least eight of them. look, counting up the numbers, there could be perhaps three to five victims who are able to take the stand today. alleged victims, to tell their story, and this is going to be fascinating, because for the first time we will hear likely in excruciating detail exactly what they say happened to them, and as you indicated, they'll have to do this facing jerry sandusky for the very first time, but it's not necessary for the prosecutors necessarily to put all of the alleged
. former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky to effaces more than 50 counts of child sexual abuse. -- he faces. >> the hearing will get under way at 8:30 this morning. it's not clear how many, but several of the accusers will take the stand. a judge will then decide if the case can go to trial. >> how many more children will come forward commentar? >> cui will hear their account of what allegedly happened today for the first time. >> there will be more of an adversarial process. it will be uncomfortable, but my client is ready to go forward. >> figure is sandusky is charged with more than 50 counts with boys as young as 10. he denies the allegations. mike mcqueary is the only a delta witness to an alleged attack on the child by jerry sandusky weber is testimony about whether he actually saw the assault is being called into question. -- whether his testimonymike mcqueary's testimony is being called into question. there's a good possibility that jerry sandusky could take a stand. during will get under way at 8:30 this morning. brianne carter reporting. >> court officials decided to
very much. >> thank you. >> tonight courtroom shocker. disgraced penn state coach jerry sandusky ducks his accusers in court and says he's not guilty of child rape charges. >> this is a fight to the death. this the fight of jerry sandusky's life. >> i'll ask one of his lawyers why the ex-coach didn't face his accusers today. plus people with their day in court. another sports scandal. >> coming forward was one of the hardest things i've had to do in my life. >> my exclusive interview with two men who say that syracuse's coach abused them when they were children. also battle for the heart and soul of the gop. newt gingrich calls for a positive campaign. is that really any way to win an election? i'll ask two men who are no strangers to the rough and tumble of the trail howard dean and tom ridge. this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. a dramatic day in a pennsylvania courtroom. jerry sandusky, the former penn state football coach who is charged with child sexual abuse was expected to come face-to-face with his accusers. then at the last minute sandusky dramatically waived his
. >>> face-to-face, former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky to hear his accusers today in court. >>> and shutdown, anti-wall street protesters trying to close west coast ports clash street protesters trying to close west coast ports clash with police. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, december 13th, 2011. >>> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. >>> we begin with breaking news, the deadly crash of two army helicopters in washington state. the two helicopters, based at ft. lewis mccord near olympia went down during a training mission last night. >> we're sad to report tonight that four army aviators were killed in an innocent with two army helicopters. >> two other service members were injured. the helicopters crashed in a remote training area south of olympia. the cause of the crash is not known. the army is investigating. >>> now the latest on the penn state sex abuse scandal and former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky. it's reported he continued coaching at a small pennsylvania college last year, even though he ha
>>> behind bars. former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky is back in jail after new and disturbing accusations. >>> winter blast. a preseason storm socks the northeast and new england. some areas will get up to a foot of snow. >>> and getting personal. mitt romney takes off the gloves and goes after newt gingrich. >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, december 8th, 2011. >>> this is the "cbs morning >>> news" for thursday, ning december 8th, 2011. goopgood morning, thanks fog us. iti'r i'm randall pinkton. jerry sandusky remains behind bars this morning follow new child sexual abuse charges. his gail set at $225,000. the latest charges based on the testimony of two new alleged victims. >> 67-year-old jerry sandusky was led away from his home wearing handcuffs wearing a penn state track suit and slapped with 12 new charges on wednesday from two new accusers. >> if this is the way the case is going to be handled by the other side, then we can do things to kind of make it miserable too. >> reporter: sandusky was first charged on november 5th. he has ackno
. >>> jerry sandusky, former penn state defensive coach, could have faced all the accusers in court today. instead, sandusky waived his right to today's preliminary hearing pleading not guilty. what does that mean? it means he's going to trial on charges that he sexually abused ten boys. sandusky's attorney explained why. >> one of the main reasons we wanted to have a preliminary hearing and the anticipated of having one is to cross-examine mike mcqueary in the allegations pertaining to number two. prior to today with various statements he allegedly has made -- >> mike mcqueary is the assistant coach who claims he saw sandusky rape a boy in the penn state showers, but according to his reports his account has now changed over time. >>> the army is trying to figure out what caused two helicopters to crash killing four soldiers last night outside of a training area at joint base lewis-mcchord in washington state. now the choppers were observation helicopters. no word on whether they collided or crashed separately. >>> finders keepers, that's the message from iran today about the captured u.s
, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. jerry sandusky, the former penn state football coach, accused of child sexual abuse, made a surprise legal move today. it was his first court appearance in pennsylvania. apparently, the prosecution did know about it. manuel gallegus joins us live now from pennsylvania to tell us exactly what happened. he has the very latest. >> reporter: well, it was a quick court appearance for former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky. for his accusers, some frustration but also a lot of relief that they did not have to tell their stories in public today. jerry sandusky walked out of court after waiving his preliminary hearing vowing to stay the course and prove his innocence. >> we're fighting it. we would like the property to present our side. >> reporter: his lawyer says this is a fight to the death and there will be no plea negotiations. >> we are not in any way conceding guilt. in fact, jerry is more adamant than ever in his innocence and in expressing his innocence at trial. >> reporter: 10 men accuse him of sexually abusing them when they were boys. sever
was the first d.a. to investigate are coach jerry sandusky. could there be a link between that case and his disappearance? where is this man? >> somebody knows something or aloft somebodies do. >> reporter: the case of the missing d.a. thanks for joining us. i'm lester holt in bellefonte, pennsylvania, a tiny town just a few short miles from the penn state campus. it was here in the courthouse behind me that the accusation that coach jerry sandusky sexually abused a child first came to the attention of the local district attorney. that was more than a decade ago, long before it became front page news. a few years later, that local d.a. mysteriously disappeared, a strange turn of events left people asking, is it possible there's a connection? >> reporter: the clues are tantalizing. a sporty red car. a speck of cigarette ash. a battered hard drive. >> it is a mystery. it absolutely is a mystery. >> reporter: but what do these clues say about the sudden disappearance of a district attorney who left them behind? >> it's baffling. it's confusing. and perplexing. it's all of tho
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. that's what killed her. >> jerry sandusky's accusers were about to make their sex abuse allegations in court when his lawyers stopped the hearing. armen keteyian is at the courthouse. john blackstone on what could be the future of space travel. a spacecraft that doesn't need a launch pad. and the jewels of elizabeth taylor on sale for the holidays. michelle miller reports $50 million will buy hollywood's gilded age. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, it's a you have to proposal-- no phones for drivers period. even hands free. a national ban on calls and texting while driving. the ban was recommended today by the n.t.s.b.-- the national transportation safety board which called phones a deadly distraction. we wondered how deadly and our research department found this: government records show that distracted driving caused 900,000 crashes on america's roads alone, injuring 417,000 people and killing 3,092. but elaine quijano tells us it was just one deadly crash that really got the attention of the safety board. >> rep
coach jerry sandusky has decided against confronting his alleged victims at a preliminary hearing. our bruce leshan is in the courtroom. he joins us now live from pennsylvania with more information. bruce, what can you tell us? >> j.c., what this meant -- what this was about depends on who you ask. the attorney for one of the alleged victims says it is really another case -- another act of cowardice to decide not to have this hearing. another affect cowardice by a serial child sex abuser. but jerry sandusky's lawyer says it was simply a tactical decision to avoid a hearing that put the defense at a tactical disadvantage. jerry sandusky had been slated to be in court all day, confronted for the first time by the public testimony of at least five of the young men he allegedly abused. but within minutes, he was back out of the courthouse. his lawyers saw no advantage in airing more of the sorted details of decades of alleged child sexual abuse. >> we're ready to defend, we've always been ready to defend. today's waiver has nothing to do with conceding anything, there will be no plea negot
mcqueary gives a graphic eyewitness account of how jerry sandusky allegedly molested a young boy. armen keteyian was in the courtroom. mark strassmann reports the death of a member of a florida a&m marching band has been ruled a homicide by hazing. seth doane on a plan to save endangered tigers in the world that appears to be working. and "on the road" with steve hartman. how a secret santa changed a man's life. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. scott's on assignment i'm bob schieffer. new information in the penn state sex abuse scandal. we got the first detailed account of what an eyewitness says he saw when he walked in on a naked penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky and a young boy in a football locker room. details he says that he reported to school athletic officials and coach joe paterno. the lurid testimony came from assistant coach mike mcqueary at a hearing in a packed pennsylvania courtroom. our investigative correspondent armen keteyian has the story. >> reporter: in a clear, commanding voice, mcqueary said he entered a
that in a pennsylvania courtroom. >>ets let's bring you up to speed quickly. jerry sandusky waived his right to a preliminary hearing and this will go straight to trial. we all were waiting for that preliminary hearing and that has been waived. he and his attorney decided to waive it. that's the big development in the jerry sandusky case. >> so much more news surrounding this. let's head to atlanta and kyra philips. >> what a busy morning already. we're talking about jerry sandusky in court and out again. he was expected to face his accusers but he waived his right to the preliminary hearing and here's sandusky just as he left the courthouse and he faced a pretty stunned media. >> stay the course, to fight for four quarters. we'll take the opportunity to present our side. >> we couldn't do that today. >> tell me why the preliminary hearing. >> i'll come back and answer your quefgzs. >> mr. sandusky are you looking forward? >> jason carroll was actually inside the courtroom, susan candiotti has one of the victim's attorneys with her. jason, let's start with you, if you don't mind. let's talk
:16. in just a few hours, jerry sandusky will be in the same courtroom as some of the men who accuse him of abuse. a judge is trying to decide whether there is enough evidence for a criminal trial. >> this will be a chance for both the accusers and the accused to share their stories. all of this will happen in the small town of bellefonte, pennsylvania, just miles from the penn state campus. chris knolls is there live with a preview. how is this expected to unfold today, chris? >> reporter: well, good morning. as you mentioned it, just a couple of hours, we do expect the preliminary hearing to start. it will happen in courtroom one of this courthouse in center county, pennsylvania where for the first time, jerry sandusky will come face-to-face with his accusers. ten alleged victims say jerry sandusky sexually assaulted them when they were boys. some say the abuse happened in sandusky's home. right now, he's free on bail, wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet and maintains his innocence. >> how many more children do you expect to come forward, jerry? >> during tuesday's proceedings, t
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of your fox 5 on time traffic. >>> today's big story, jerry sandusky an hour away from coming face to face with half of his accusers the attorney for the former penn state assistant coach said he welcomes today's preliminary hearing on more than 50 counts of child sex abuse involving 10 boys. the accusers allege they were assaulted in showers, lockers or his home. he continues to defend himself against the charges. >> struggles with the idea he loves kids but when he says that people can interpret that as sexual connotation. >>> his attorneys will likely focus on reports of inconsistency. >>> that report claims a close family friend of mcquery claims he did not actually see sandusky assaulting that particular child he only heard what he calls sex noises coming from the showers. >>> vote on capitol hill, republicans ready to push a bill through the house of representatives to continue a cut. it forces work to begin on the key stone oil pipeline from canada to the gulf. president obama has promised to veto it. >>> some of the top stories this morning a police involved shooting in the distric
state assistant coach jerry sandusky breaks her silence. i'm ines ferre in pennsylvania. i'll have that story coming up. o >>> it is bad news when it comes to our taxes because the current deal to keep the payroll tax extension going is dead. senate majority leader harry reid says the senate will not take up a republican plan to keep the cut going. in exchange for approving a controversial oil pipeline. if the tax cut expires at the end of the year, it will cost the average american family about $1,000 a year. >>> prosecutors are looking into the abuse scandal at penn state. they're focused on former assistant football coach jerry sandusky. but now, there are questions about what his wife may have known. ines ferre has that story. >> reporter: the wife of jerry sandusky is responding to allegations that she may have known her husband was sexually abusing boys in their home. dottie san dusky says she has been devastated by the false accusations that such a terrible incident ever occurred in my home. she said she and her husband don't know why the young men have made the false accusa
synonymous with this unfolding sex scandal and the former defensive coordinator jerry sandusky. the testimony is key to the case against two former penn state officials, senior v.p. gary schultz and athletic director tim curley who denied charges they lied to authorities. again tonight fair warning, this is tough material. the whole case has been that way from the start. we begin tonight with our national investigative correspondent michael isikoff from state college, pennsylvania. >> reporter: once the starting penn state quarterback, now a star witness for the government, mike mcqueary took the witness stand today and graphically described seeing a naked jerry sandusky engaged in what he called extreme sexual activity with a young boy. "the boy was up against the wall" mcqueary testified. "jerry was directly behind him in a very, very close position. i believe jerry was sexually molesting him." mcqueary slammed his locker door shut, causing sandusky and the boy to separate and look him directly in the eye. mcqueary's testimony is key for the case against two former penn state officials, ath
in the jerry sandusky sex abuse case. unanimous werner reports the latest. rare photos of women on china's death row. celia hatton shows us how they shed new light on beijing's approach to execution. and basketball brawl. bow cynthia bowers has the blow-by-blow of a rivalry that got way out of hand. >> this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. captioning sponsored by cbs russ mitchell is off tonight. the 12th republican presidential debate last night was also the next-to-last debate before the first votes are cast in the iowa caucus, which is 23 days out. dean reynolds in des moines has more on the high-stakes free-for-all. >> as the latest king of the republican hill, newt gingrich came under attack, but mitt romney took a lot of punch, including some of the self-inflicted variety, for example, when he challenged the truth of an attack by rick perry, romney offered to put money on the table. >> rick, i'll tell you what, $10,000, $10,000 bet? >> i'm not in the betting business. >> critics scoffed that it was a sign of romney's wealth and elitism, noting that few iowans could pon
not require shuttle buses to provide seat belts. >>> jerry sandusky will go straight to trial on child sex abuse charges. this morning in a surprise move he waived his preliminary hearing and avoided a face-to-face confrontation with his accusers. katie marzullo is here with the latest. this is unfolding as child abuse takes center stage on capitol hill. >> reporter: since there was no hearing sandusky was in and out of the courtroom in minutes. most of the legal drama unfolded on the steps of the courthouse. on capitol hill, lawmakers, advocates and victims talked about how to protect children. reporters shouted questions at jerry sandusky as he left the courthouse. he stopped and made this statement. >> we fully intend to put the best possible defense that we can do. >> reporter: sandusky's defense team insists there will be no plea and today's move was tactical. >> it would have been very help first lady to have had a hearing today but it was a trade off -- when we got concessions from the prosecutor last night about things we were going to do and things they won't to in the future we f
andrews on what's behind the decision. anna werner reports fired penn state coach jerry sandusky has been arrested again on 12 new charges. inside syria-- charissa ward takes us to an underground hospital where rebels, wounded by assad's army, are treated in secret. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. no white house has ever overruled a safety recommendation we the food and drug administration but it happened today. the question was whether the morning after pill, an emergency contraceptive, should be available over the counter to girls 16 and under. today, the f.d.a. was ready to say yes but the president's secretary of health and human services said no. wyatt andrews has our story. >> reporter: for five years, plan b, the emergency contraception drug, has only been sold without a prescription to women 17 and older. the issue is should that be changed? and the drug made available with no prescription to younger girls. when the f.d.a. looked at safety studies, it said yes. but it was directly overruled by kathleen sebelius
day. tonight in pennsylvania where jerry sandusky was arrested today for a second time. the former penn state football coach taken into custody after six new child sex charges were filed against him. the pennsylvania attorney general said the charges involve two new alleged victims who met sandusky through his charity, the second mile. the total number of alleged victims stands at ten. let's get the latest from sarah ganim, a cnn contributor. sarah, jerry sandusky, arrested again. the judge granted bail but he's still in custody, correct? he's not posted that bail? >> that's right. his attorney said that because the arraignment wasn't until 3:00 today, that he probably wasn't going to be able to get $250,000 cash or in the form of a bail bondsman ortega-hernandez in the form of property posted so he would be spending night in jail. his attorney wasn't happy about it. he said if jerry sandusky was going to flee, he would have done it a long time ago. he's known he's been under investigation since late 2008 and he's been cooperative. es he offered to turn himself in. he did turn hims
. the jerry sandusky sex abuse scandal takes a dra mat uk turn as police in pennsylvania take him into custody. >> investigators reveal new and disturbing details from sandusky's abusers. it's thursday, december 8th. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm sunny hostin. bail for sandusky has been set at $250,000 in cash. the former coach expected to make bail when he goes to court later today. but for now he is spending the night in a jail cell. he still insists of course he never broke the law. >> this arrest prompted by two new abusers. >> ten. all ten so far. >> the scene some expected to see after the initial eight people came forward. now he gets to be behind bars if just for a short amount of time. the case unbelievable. also this morning, unforgettable call to 911. a california woman calls for help when she saw an intruder breaking in. she told police she had a gun. and we'll hear how the jaw dropping story end. amazing audio on the story as to what this woman did. >> later this hour, the reality tv show stunt that backfired. producers fired off a cannon. see the damage
state child rape case. his accusations against jerry sandusky. president obama delivering a speech. we break down that speech and the chances of a deal on the payroll tax. but first the bottom line on the man of the memento. newt gingrich. new polls out showing him surging. peter king comes out to tell us why he might not be the guy. let's go "outfront." >>> i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, newt on top. the former speak of the house dominating polls nationally and in crucial primary states. brand-new numbers out today, let's show you this, this started a week ago and has gotten stronger and more consistent. nationwide, this is what you're looking at here, gingrich holding a 15-point advantage over his competitors as you see, 37-22 for mitt romney. in iowa, caucus goers there rival mitt romney at 17%. ron paul's at 16%. as we all know, mitt romney needs to come in 1 or 2 there. down in south carolina, gingrich 38%. versus 22 for mitt romney. despite the double digit leads gingrich still has a lot of critics inside his own party. one of them outspoken among them, congressman peter k
, for instance, there's been a lot of talk about jerry sandusky and joe paterno but in academic circles there's talk about graham spanier, seen as an ideal university president, but when things like this happen on your watch, and you don't take appropriate steps to speak to those things proactively, then changes have to be made, so spanier was out and i think the same thing is happening with ammons and if these moves are made more often i think presidents will be more aggressive in speaking to issues like hazing at famu. >> what do you think is at the core of this kind of hazing? i don't think a lot of people think about being a band as a place where there's hazing but there are subgroups within this band at florida a&m, a group from georgia which apparently robert champaign was part of and there are all of the different subgroups have their code of discipline. what gets to the core of this in your opinion? >> the drive of students to belong and that's why the arguments are made by folk who say look, people who consent to this are the folks who really have to stop and the practice will go awa
. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm sunny hostin. as many as 10 accusers may testify in the jerry sandusky hearing taking place in a tiny pennsylvania town today. it is unclear if sandusky himself will take the stand. and there are new questions about what a key witness, mike mcqueary, will say about what he saw and heard. >> extraordinary. today he will see up to ten accusers in court face to face. some of them seen for the first time. not clear who the accusers are. he will see them for the first time. an extraordinary moment in court today. >> people are guessing he will testify. that's not going to happen. >> you don't think he will take the stand? >> no. >> based on previous interviews. >> based on that. defendants don't testify at preliminary hearings. we will hear the stories of so many of the young men today. >> unbelievable story. >>> also on this tuesday morning, an awkward situation for mitt romney. during an old-fashioned campaign stop at a new hampshire diner, he sat down with a vietnam vet. instead of talking about the veteran's military background, romney was put on the spot
" -- courtroom drama. the young men accusing former penn state coach jerry sandusky of sexual abuse are set to meet him today face to face. >> prosecutors are ready to question every one of them in front of a pennsylvania judge. it's tuesday, december 13th. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm sunny hostin. as many as 10 accusers may testify in the jerry sandusky hearing. taking place in a tiny pennsylvania town today. it is unclear if sandusky himself will take the stand. and there are new questions about what a key witness, mike mcqueary will say about what he saw and heard. >> extraordinary today he will see up to ten accusers in court face to face. some of them seen for the first time. not clear who the accusers are. he will see them for the first time. an extraordinary moment uncourt today. >> people are guessing he will testify. that is not going to happen >> you don't think he will take the stand? >> no. >> based on preachous interviews. >> based on that. defendants don't testify at preliminary hearings. we will hear the stories of so many of the young men today. >
developments in another sex scandal, jerry sandusky is behind bars facing new charges brought by new accusers. they give testimony about the attacks. and we have more from pennsylvania. >> reporter: 67-year-old jerry sandusky was led away from his home wearing a track suit. he was slapped with 12 new charges wednesday from two new accusers. the attorney said if he had been notified the client would have turned himself in. >> if this is the way it will be handled by the other side, we can do things to kind of make it miserable, too. >> he was charged on november 5th. he acknowledged showering and playing around with boyce but never abecaused -- abused them. he face, 5 0 counts including abuse that occurred on the penn state campus. he is behind bars here in pennsylvania held on $250,000 bail. prosecutors were pushing for 1 million. the accusers said they met him through his second mile charity. victim 9 said he was abused in a basement bedroom in his home. he testified that at least once he screamed for help knowing that his life was up stairs but no one came to help him. if he does make bail
. if the charges -- and i say if the charges against jerry sandusky are true, and that will be for a jury to decide, he likely had a powerful network of enablers or at the very least countless people who had powerful interests in not believing the allegations against him. and yes, tonight that circle grew. take a look. this is the former home of thomas horman, retired penn state chief of police. he was living there in 1998. 1998, remember that year. today we've learned his neighbor back then just three doors down, you guessed it -- in the blue house, jerry sandusky. that's jerry sandusky's house there. not only were they neighbors, not only did their kids play and ride bikes together, they worship at the same church. this one called st. paul's united methodist. neighbors and fellow church members back in 1998 -- when the mother of an 11-year-old boy went to university police with a sexual complaint against coach sandusky. according to a grand jury report she said it happened on campus at a practice facility, sandusky allegedly touching the boy inappropriately in the shower. the investigation includ
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